Inventory of All Taxa: Biodiversity Study in the Park
-Park Naturalist and volunteers from local universities
age level: all levels
call to register
-Beaman Trail Hike-Friends of Beaman Park
SCOTTSBORO CHURCH OF CHRIST
5156 Ashland City Hwy
9m-4pm-book sale, crafts, yard sale and baked goods
SCOTTSBORO METHODIST CHURCH
5034 Old Hydes Ferry Pike
Fall Fest 9-4
craft sale, yard sale, food, bake sale, funnel cakes
SCOTTSBORO COMMUNITY CLUB
5201 Old Hydes Ferry Pike
Paint Out--Bring your paints and easel and plan to spend the morning painting the beautiful landscapes of the Beaman to Bells Bend Corridor.
Meet local yokel Barry Sulkin for a hike along the Highland Rim Trail.
Produce, Honey for sale, Food, Baked Goods
Speakers-How to Preserve your harvest, canning, drying and fermentation, Tree Care, How can the UT Extension Service help you? and “Ask A Farmer” panel
OLD CLEESE'S FERRY
SITEat end of Old Hickory Blvd in Bells Bend
TSRA Boat Float on the Cumberland
Bring your own canoe, kayak and equipment for a paddle on the Cumberland.
BELLS BEND PARK
Hayrides-9:00, 10:15, 11:15, 1:30 and 3:15
10:00 Nature Photography Workshop-call to register
11:00 -11:30am-The Unnatural Trail-leader Chris Guerin-call to register
-Bells Bend, Past 10,000 Years-leader LinnAnn Welch-call to register
Free CONCERT on the Cumberland-bring your picnic, blanket and flashlight and relax in the fields as the sun sets over the Cumberland River at Bells Bend Outdoor Center.
Post concert: join Friends of Bells Bend for s'mores at the campfire
Tuesday, October 20, 2009
Saturday's Park2Park celebration includes biodiversity, arts & crafts, food, flotilla, concert & "10,000 years of Bells Bend history"
It's the concert that starts at 4:30 on Saturday, but rest of the day is full of events that stretch from Beaman Park to Bells Bend Park to the Cumberland River: